Our undergraduate degrees in engineering, architecture, mathematical and computer sciences focus on industry growth areas and enable you to specialise in an area of interest.

When you study with us, you’ll have the flexibility to choose from nine key disciplines across engineering, computer science and mathematics, and to study across a range of majors (listed within each degree) including: smart technologies, medical technologies, defence systems, renewable energy, aerospace engineering, artificial intelligence, data science and cybersecurity.


Architectural design is about understanding buildings and landscapes, and the way humans create places within them. Our Bachelor of Architectural Design hones concrete skills and encourages big picture thinking, and leads to a two-year postgraduate degree. Completion of both will enable you to practice as a professional in your chosen discipline.

Study Architecture


Our engineering degrees offer enormous breadth, choice and flexibility for you to pursue an area of interest. You can choose to study architectural and structural, chemical, civil, environmental, electrical and electronic, mechanical, mining, software or petroleum engineering.

Study Engineering

Computer Science and IT

Our computer science and information technology degrees can provide you with insights into complex computer systems and opportunities to apply software writing and problem-solving skills to a range of real-world scenarios.

Study Computer SciencE and IT

Mathematical Sciences

A degree in mathematical sciences teaches the universal language required to describe, model and understand our world, and can prepare you for careers in diverse fields such as communications, defence, engineering, finance, health and advanced manufacturing.

Study Mathematical Sciences

Defence Technology

South Australia’s defence industry is growing—and so is its demand for unique expertise. Defence-related organisations are calling for specialists who can communicate defence-tech engineering ideas to everyone from on-the-ground operational personnel to potential commercial partners.

Study Defence technology

Set on engineering but don't meet the entry requirements?

If you don’t meet the prerequisites for direct entry into your chosen engineering degree—or are not sure what area of engineering you’d like to focus on—find out more about our alternative entry options.

Flexible Entry and Engineering Pathway Program

Are you a current student?

Our Ask ECMS team offers a range of services and support to help you with your studies. We provide a range of resources, including enrolment information, course advice, study plans, forms and policies, placement and international exchange information.

Support for Current Students

Ingkarni Wardli Technologies Program

The Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, in partnership with Wirltu Yarlu Aboriginal Education offer an immersive engineering experience for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students in Years 11 and 12. Held in Adelaide, the hands-on multi-day camp gives students the opportunity to experience the many different ways that engineering can be applied to the real world.